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Do you cut your family’s hair at home? When Sarah & David were little, I cut their hair at home with a pair of kitchen scissors. It was a fairly simple thing to do to keep their hair neat and tidy. I occasionally took a snip or two of my husband’s hair as well. I even trimmed my own bangs between regular cuts to save money. This post contains affiliate links, and I will receive compensation if you make a purchase after clicking on my links.
Do You Cut Your Family’s Hair at Home?
As Sarah got older, she got more interested in her appearance and I began taking her to the salon for her haircuts when I got mine cut. We go to a small local salon that’s not part of a franchise and the prices are very reasonable. We don’t have any big name salons around us in our little rural area anyway.
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David and Marty both like military cuts and that’s something I can do at home myself with a pair of hair trimmers. I just slip on the guard and buzz away until it’s the desired length. Thankfully, they like short hair because it’s the easiest for me to cut at home. I really don’t like long hair on boys/men anyway. If you’re not doing a buzz cut, it might be a good idea to invest in a good pair of hair scissors like the Kamisori scissors to get a real professional looking cut.
So do any of you cut your family’s hair at home to save money? Do you cut your own hair? How about perms and highlights or coloring jobs? I have mine professionally highlighted every couple months in the winter but I’ve thought about doing it myself. What do you think?
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